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Et al. Refs: 1,2,3,5 Magnolia liliiflora Desr. DD China (Hubei, Yunnan) Listed as Vulnerable in the China Species Red List. Assessor: Global Tree Specialist Group Refs: 2,27 EN B1ab(iii) Colombia (Choco) The potential forest distribution for this species is 6185 km2. Previously Not Evaluated, the recent assessment has been undertaken by Colombian botanists. Assessor: Calderon, E. et al. W. W. S. W. W. Law with very few individuals found at one location. Assessor: China Expert Workshop Refs: 4,22 Magnolia macrophylla subsp.
The population is thought to have declined by more than 50 per cent during the last 10 years. Assessor: China Expert Workshop Refs: 2,3,4,28 36 The Red List of Magnoliaceae Magnolia silvioi (Lozano) Govaerts EN B1ab(iii) Colombia Formerly known as Talauma silvioi, this species occurs in the department of Antioquia at elevations of 400-1500 m. The potential forest distribution is 16,314 km2 but actual distribution is around 5000 km2. Assessor: Calderon, E. et al. W. L. Chen and Noot. Assessor: China Expert Workshop Refs: 1,2,4,6,19,23,31 Magnolia sirindhorniae Noot.
The biggest threat to the species is a decrease in habitat, with many suitable areas now replaced by banana plantation. Local awareness-raising is vital for this species, as well as research into nursery techniques for its cultivation. Some consider it to be a synonym of Magnolia talaumoides. S. Kumar EN B1ab(i,iii) Viet Nam The potential forest distribution for this species is 738 km2. This, together with an assumption of forest decline and fragmentation, has led to application of the Endangered category.